Northern Institute of Technology Management (Hamburg, Germany) starts the 2014 graduate cohort with modern apps for Windows everywhere!
The NITHH app was developed by Sebastian Rösch, a 26-year old graduate student at NIT. Rösch said that he considered what modern experiences could have made his first days as a student better. From the wellspring of those ideas, came the NIT App.
Rösch built apps for Windows Phone 7.5 and Windows 8 among other platforms to allow students and faculty to connect more effectively with on-the-go.
Northern Institute of Technology Management app for Windows in the Windows Store Preview
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The NIT app provides students access to news, updates, and videos across the NIT schools, while providing a social network connection. Rösch is “doing” what he went to NIT to learn. This is a great example of universities and students working together to produce better experiences for students and modernizing the learning organization for a mobile learner.
Visit NIT News Center to learn more about how NIT built apps across all major mobile platforms.
In the US, Stanford leds the way.
In Germany, NITHH leads the way to modern apps in education.
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